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St Giles, Stumble Hill

St Giles, Stumble Hill, Shipbourne, Kent TN11 9PF View on map

Built 1881 for Edward Cazalet of Fairlawne in neo-Decorated style. Interior contains white alabaster reredos above altar depicting The Last Supper and notable marble monument to Christopher Vane d.1723 and his wife Elizabeth d.1725.


Opening Arrangements

All year - 8.30 am to 5pm.


On A227, 4 miles from Tonbridge. Rail: Borough Green (3½ miles) or Tonbridge (4 miles). Bus: Autocar no 222 (Tonbridge to Borough Green).

Parking Spaces


Parking is also available on Shipbourne Common opposite.

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Yes
  • Disabled Toilets: No
  • Assistance dogs: Yes